Please ensure that you are using the Staging environment to place test orders.

Placing test orders

To test your Rye integration, you can place test orders for Amazon and Shopify products. Read more about what products can be tested below.

To place a test order, follow the steps below:

  1. Create a cart with the Amazon productId or the Shopify variantId (use the above information to see which Amazon and Shopify products can be tested)
  2. Update buyer identity for the cart if not included during creation
  3. Create a Spreedly payment token with the following credit card information:
    • Credit Card Name: Any first name and last name (Ex: John Doe)
    • Credit Card Number: 4242 4242 4242 4242 or any other valid test credit card
    • CVV: Any 3 digits
    • Expiration Date: Any date in the future
  4. Submit the cart

Now that you’ve successfully placed a test order, you can test out order updates via your webhook integration or view order details in the Rye Console.

Additional testing information

Testing payment methods

Be sure to only use test credit cards when placing test orders. If you use a real credit card, Rye can’t guarantee that the card won’t be charged.

  • For Rye’s testing purposes, we support any valid test card. You can find a complete list of test credit card numbers here.
  • Some credit cards require additional validation. To test 3DS challenge flows, you can use one of the test cards found here.

Will we be able to use Stripe test cards in our testing using our production store?

If you enable test mode for Shopify payments, you should be able to make test payments. If that isn’t an option, you could make a test store or we can provide you with one that you could use to test.

Does Spreedly iframe supports Google Pay and Apple Pay for the checkout?

We’re working on our integration with Google Pay and Apple Pay at the moment and are hoping to get it done by Q1.